Friday, May 06, 2005

WorldNetDaily article on the evolution debate

This from Jack Cashill, who is also one of my favorite contributors to Ingram's Magazine:

Explosive Memo Reveals Darwinist Strategy for Kansas

From the media director from Kansas Citizens for Science (KCFS):
My strategy at this point is the same as it was in 1999 ... notify the national and local media about what's going on and portray [the school board majority] in the harshest light possible, as political opportunists, evangelical activists, ignoramuses, breakers of rules, unprincipled bullies, etc.
In other words, the goal is to make anybody who thinks Darwinism as a theory of origins falls short of being a proven fact, and therefore shouldn't be taught as such, is a religious whacko who wants to impose religion on science students. AND...of course...they want to make it seem that even having this debate is going to bring embarrassment to the state.

Well, among people with little Darwin fish (the ones with the legs) signs on the back of their cars, I guess having this debate IS an embarrassment because they are sold out to the belief that their ancestors were amoebas. The only people who should be embarrassed are the media hand-wringers, the academic elite berkenstock wearers, and the few people who can't possibly grasp anything as big as a created planet with divinely inspired life-forms.

I'm glad there's a debate. The more the merrier. And I'm glad it's in Kansas. We have a state where debate is still allowed!!! At least those with opposing views to the academically correct theories that are taught as fact can be heard here.


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